The antiquities in the Fordham Museum of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Art were donated to the university by William D. Walsh, an alumnus of FCRH, and his wife Jane. The museum occupies 4,000 square feet of space on the main floor of the Walsh Family Library. The collection comprises more than 260 objects dating from the 4th millennium B.C. …
Lectures and moments from the life of Cardinal Dulles.
The Fordham Center on Religion and Culture explores questions arising at the intersection of religious traditions and contemporary culture. CRC draws on New York’s leading role in intellectual and literary life, the visual and performing arts, politics and media, and diplomacy and humanitarian activities to explore religious life in …
Esteban Bellan was the first Cuban and the first Latin American to play major league baseball. Bellan learned how to play the game while he was a student at Fordham University from 1863-1868.
A repository of resources on the Hudson River.
Other Digital Collections:
Library of Congress
Digital Collections and Resources from the Library of Congress including more than one million photographs.
New York Public Library
A broad range of digital collections covering Art, Literature, Culture, History, Industry, Science and much more.
AJCU Digital Repository
The Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities Digital Repository, providing access to archival images documenting Catholic higher education.
APIS: Advanced Papyrological Information System
APIS is a collaborative online catalog and library of digitized images of papyri and ostraca (potsherds with incriptions) dating from the period 400 BCE to 800 CE.
The Archives and Special Collections department is participating in the Columbia University Digital Scriptorium project. The Digital Scriptorium makes available digital images from medieval and early Renaissance manuscript collections housed in U.S. collections.
Digital texts, images, sounds and videos from European libraries and museums.
The Latin Works of John Wyclif
Collecting the complete work of Lollard philosopher John Wyclif (1328-1384), in the original Latin.